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Gregory R Martin, Gregg Turi, Marc Shanko, Rami Elghandour, Thomas Palma, William L Winstrom: Implantable device and system and method for wireless communication. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, Christopher S L Crawford, May 1, 2007: US07212110 (111 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication method and protocol, and wireless devices and systems for stimulation, are provided for communication between a wireless device and a charging device. During active wireless charging, communications (data transmission) from the wireless device to the charging device occurs v ...


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Gary E Will, Mark A Cieri, Tony W Azar, Charles J Digney Jr, Donald F Hausman Jr, David L Kates, Stephen W Lynn, Gregory R Martin, Noel Mayo, Robin C Moseley, Robert C Newman Jr, Timothy R Reinhard: Motorized window shade system. Latron Electronics Co, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, December 15, 1998: US05848634 (76 worldwide citation)

An elongated reelable shade, first and second spaced support brackets removably connected to first and second and opposite ends of the elongated reelable shade for supporting the reelable shade from a fixed support, an electrical drive motor having an output shaft for rotating the elongated reelable ...


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Gary E Will, Mark A Cieri, Tony W Azar, Charles J Digney Jr, Donald F Hausman Jr, David L Kates, Stephen W Lynn, Gregory R Martin, Noel Mayo, Robin C Moseley, Robert C Newman Jr, Timothy R Reinhard: Motorized window shade system. Lutron Electronics, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, August 8, 2000: US06100659 (72 worldwide citation)

An elongated reelable shade, first and second spaced support brackets removably connected to first and second and opposite ends of said elongated reelable shade for supporting said reelable shade from a fixed support, an electrical drive motor having an output shaft for rotating said elongated reela ...


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Gary E Will, Mark A Cieri, Tony W Azar, Charles J Digney Jr, Donald F Hausman Jr, David L Kates, Stephen W Lynn, Gregory R Martin, Noel Mayo, Robin C Moseley, Robert C Newman Jr, Timothy R Reinhard: Motorized window shade system. Lutron Electronics Company, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, March 13, 2001: US06201364 (59 worldwide citation)

An elongated reelable shade, first and second spaced support brackets removably connected to first and second and opposite ends of said elongated reelable shade for supporting said reelable shade from a fixed support, an electrical drive motor having an output shaft for rotating said elongated reela ...


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David Prutchi, Patrick J Paul, Gregory R Martin: Implantable cardiac stimulator with electrode-tissue interface characterization. Intermedics, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, October 31, 2000: US06141585 (33 worldwide citation)

A cardiac stimulator capable of measuring pacing impedance includes a tank capacitor for delivering charge to the heart via device leads, a shunt resistor, and high-impedance buffers for measuring pacing current through the shunt resistor. Soon after the leading edge of the stimulation pulse, the vo ...


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Gregory R Martin, Allison J Tanner: Multilayered cell culture apparatus. Corning Incorporated, Susan S Wilks, Thomas R Beall, June 29, 2010: US07745209 (32 worldwide citation)

A multilayered cell culture apparatus for the culturing of cells is disclosed. The cell culture apparatus is defined as an integral structure having a plurality of cell culture chambers in combination with tracheal space(s). The body of the apparatus has imparted therein gas permeable membranes in c ...


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Gregory R Martin, Gregg Turi, Marc Shanko, Rami Elghandour, Thomas Palma, William L Winstrom: Implantable device and system and method for wireless communication. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Christopher S L Crawford, Peter Lando, Melissa Acosta, August 24, 2010: US07782190 (20 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication method and protocol, and wireless devices and systems for stimulation, are provided for communication between a wireless device and a charging device. During active wireless charging, communications (data transmission) from the wireless device to the charging device occurs v ...


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David A Kenney, Joseph C Wall, Todd M Upton, Henry J Cattadoras, Gregory R Martin, Allison J Tanner: Device for trapping extraneous gas. Corning Incorporated, Lisa M Noni, Tina N Thompson, Melissa K Dobson, October 26, 2010: US07820431 (18 worldwide citation)

A device for trapping extraneous gas or bubbles is disclosed. The device is defined as having a gas collection area in a tapered neck portion such that when used as a cell culturing apparatus, extraneous gas or bubbles are trapped and isolated from the cell growth areas where cells or media reside.


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David Prutchi, Patrick J Paul, Gregory R Martin: Implantable cardiac stimulator with electrode-tissue interface characterization. Intermedics, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, September 7, 2004: US06788972 (10 worldwide citation)

A cardiac stimulator capable of measuring pacing impedance includes a tank capacitor for delivering charge to the heart via device leads, a shunt resistor, and high-impedance buffers for measuring pacing current through the shunt resistor. Soon after the leading edge of the stimulation pulse, the vo ...


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David A Kenney, Gregory R Martin, Allison J Tanner, Joseph C Wall: Device and method for reducing bubble formation in cell culture. Corning Incorporated, Susan S Wilks, March 1, 2011: US07897379 (9 worldwide citation)

A device for minimizing the formation of bubbles or foam in cell culture is disclosed. The device has a manifold which directs the inflow of cells and cell culture media into a cell culture vessel so as to allow for displaced air or gas to vent from the cell culture vessel without mixing with the in ...